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Looking into the past to understand the future

In collaboration with the Grantham Institute, the RMets hosted a joint meeting on 3 April 2019 on a geologic epoch 5.3 to 2.6 million years ago – the Pliocene. This era was the last time carbon dioxide concentrations on Earth were as high as today.[more]

Interview of the month: Nina Kukkurainen, FMI

Nina Kukkurainen, the Director of Communications at Finnish Meteorological Institute, talks about the importance of internal and external communication and the beauty of working in a field that truly has an impact on everyone.[more]

Young Scientist Awardee: Sebastian Schemm

Sebastian Schemm receives this award for his rigorous work that has fundamentally increased our understanding of the life cycle of extratropical cyclones. In his study, he disentangles an historical «chicken or egg» question: When, during their lifetime, are extratropical cyclones attended by fronts?[more]

Gerald Fleming receives EMS Silver Medal

This award recognises Gerlad Fleming’s outstanding contribution to the communication of meteorological information through enhancing the public understanding of meteorological services and issues, and strengthening and fostering expertise in broadcast meteorology.[more]

March Tweet of the Month

For March 2019, we have picked two Tweets of the Month.

The first tweet is from World Meteorological Day, a day that is celebrated on the 23rd March annually. This year, the European Commission highlighted[more]

IDARE – rescuing old weather data

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) helps rescue your old weather data

Do you have old weather records that are in danger of deteriorating? The WMO wants to know what data need rescuing or are being rescued currently. Help WMO[more]

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